Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Let the Bribery Begin

Who loves you? Take a good look at the name at the bottom of this post. Hello? Are you even reading this?

26 comments:

Dusty Baker said...

Orel is one of my Best Friends in Whole Wide World. He should remain one of the Sons forever and ever and ever.

Mr. Customer said...

1 vote yes for Nicky!

Wait, that's not one of the choices...

Mr. Customer said...

I came back here wanting to share some schadenfreude about how Man U misses Tevez a lot more than they did yesterday, but my train of thought has inexplicably gone wheels-up in a ditch.

Dusty Baker said...

Please don't let anything get in the way of your bagging on ManUre - even this purty lady shouldn't stop your Red Devils derision.

Mr. Customer said...

I'll admit that I did enjoy seeing Rooney lose his mind towards the end there. Not that I have any great love for City, either, but "lesser of two weevils" and all that.

Steve Sax said...

Orel, resorting to self-portraits is pretty dirty.

Orel said...

Wait until you see my 4 p.m. post.

Dusty Baker said...

Mr. C, did you just bust a pun from that dinner scene in "Master and Commander" ? Wow. Nice.

Orel said...

Let's hear it for historical naval humor!

Mr. LA Sports Fan said...

The picture is nice, but the crucifix ruins it.

-1 for Orel.

Mr. LA Sports Fan said...

Oh wait! I just remembered that she's the hot Aussie on Scrubs!

+1 for Orel.

Josh S. said...

One picture? Step it up, Orel.

Jason said...

Let's also hear it for pictures of historical navels, too!

+1 Orel

Orel said...

I think MLASF just gave me a zero.

Mr. LA Sports Fan said...

I did. I'm not playing favorites with anyone. It's unfair to Pedro and Tommy, even if they're both chatterboxes. My rankings so far:

Orel: 0
Sax: 0
Karros: 0
Delino: 0
AC: 0
Pedro: 0
Lasorda: 0

Mr. Customer said...

@Dusty

I'm sure I had heard it prior to that flick, though. There's really no pun horrible enough that I won't polish it off from time to time, unfortunately

rbnlaw said...

I've stared at the picture for a half hour. Still can't find the puzzle clue.

No answer sent.

Dusty Baker said...

@ Mr. C-

There's really no wine horrible enough that I won't polish it off from time to time, unfortunately.

Dusty Baker said...

Pathetic, Lasorda:

http://www.blogger.com/profile/00811249222774439047

Broken link to avatar, even!

Dusty Baker said...

@MLASF-

I hadn't noticed the crucifix until you pointed it out. Eyes on the prize, man!

Neeebs said...

To all of the Sons:

If you think that Orel is gaining some kind of edge in this competition by posting eye candy to the masses, then you are......

ABSOLUTELY FRIKKEN CORRECT.

So start cracking and out "Orel", Mr. Orel.

Neeebs said...

To all of the Sons:

If you think that Orel is gaining some kind of edge in this competition by posting eye candy to the masses, then you are......

ABSOLUTELY FRIKKEN CORRECT.

So start cracking and out "Orel", Mr. Orel.

Mr. Customer said...

@Neeebs

So you endorse the Scheherazade tactic?

Steve Sax said...

Mr. C, that might be the first reference of Scheherazade on this blog. Nice.

Steve Sax said...

Unless he was a also third-round draft choice in 2007, that is.

Mr. Customer said...

@Sax

I'm at my most versatile when I'm avoiding work.

If she was signed in '07, Broxton better be on his game. 1001 consecutive saves is pretty clutch.